Volume 2 Number 1 / June 2008
Editorial Welcome to the second issue .....
  Nantana Sirisup


Country paper A need and necessity for faculty development : the role of medical education units in the Indian context
  Tejinder Singh, Payal Bansal, Monika Sharma

Intercollegiate specialty board oral examinations in surgery: purpose, content and marking criteria

  M.H. Davis, G.G. Ponnamperuma, S. McAleer, D. Galloway
  Strategies for sustaining curricular changes in medical schools: a proctological view
  Madawa Nilupathi Chandratilake, Diantha Soemantri

Basic sciences in South Asia now and then:  a personal perspective

  P.Ravi Shankar
Original Research Papers Introduction of OSCE for clinical assessment in obstetrics and gynaecology in Hue, Vietnam
  Jeffrey Smith, Marya Plotkin, Truong Quang Vinh, Cao Ngoc Thanh, Ngo Van Huu, Nguyen Thi Thu Ha, Ton van der Velden
  Student feedback on teaching and evaluation methodology in physiology
  Hem Lata, Lily Walia, Vidushi Gupta
  Somatization in children: teaching a difficult subject to medical students
  Hemamali Perera
  Clinical reasoning of Indonesian medical students as measured by diagnostic thinking inventory
  Gandes Retno Rahayu, Sean McAleer
  Integrated practical examination: a novel approach to evaluate undergraduate medical students in physiology practices
  Sharmila Torke, Subramanya Upadhya, Reem Rachel Abraham, Asha K, K. Ramnarayan

Integrating evidence – based medicine in bedside teaching:
a pilot study

  Thammasorn Piriyasupong

Evaluation of study skills and habits in medical students

  Abbasali Nourian, Seyed Nouraddin Mousavinasab, Arezo Fehri, Akbar Mohammadzadeh, Jamshid Mohammadi

Innovative strategy in learning & memory - memorization made easy! : a preliminary study

  Urban.J.A.D’Souza, Osman Ali, Zainal AM.

Teaching community diagnosis: experience of a new institution

  K A Narayan, Abdul Rashid Khan

Medical students and medical teachers learn together: preliminary experiences from Western Nepal

  P.Ravi Shankar
Review paper

Teaching behavioural sciences: looking back at the Colombo experience

  Olupeliyawa A.M., Gooneratne I.K., Wickramasinghe W.A.K.K., Thilakaratne M.S.B. Karunathilake I.M., Samarasekera D.D.
Short communications
Training first year undergraduate medical students for better performance in physiology examinations
  Reem Rachel Abraham, K. Ramnarayan, Marina Thomas, Vivek A Saoji
Outside the box Time-travel: Journey into the future
  Thomas V Chacko
South-East Asian Journal of Medical Education
is the official journal of South-East Asian Regional Association for Medical Education
Printed: ISSN 1906 - 0513